Of all the web services that experience a truly devoted following, Flickr is definitely at the head of the class, thanks in no small part to Mac geeks all across the globe. As a photo management service, it’s excellent, to be sure. But what makes it so revered is the ability to customize and adapt the web service through the web apps that have dominated the “Web 2.0” boom. Not much about any of the aforementioned doesn’t appeal to Mac geeks. Even though I just used the word “web” three times in one sentence.
Naturally, there are native Mac programs designed to interface with Flickr, all designed with the simplistic beauty of the OS interface in mind. With the ability to create groups, dozens of which are dedicated to something or all things Mac, the networking opportunities are manifold. Mac geeks love to network with other Mac geeks.